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'A graphic representation of the entire natural and human history.''• Scrollable timeline thousands of times longer than the Earth's circumference.• Editable time range that can span trillions of years into both the past and the future.• Zoomable timeline that can display dates and times down to a fraction of a second.• Extensive...
'A graphic representation of the entire natural and human history.'
'• Scrollable timeline thousands of times longer than the Earth's circumference.
• Editable time range that can span trillions of years into both the past and the future.
• Zoomable timeline that can display dates and times down to a fraction of a second.
• Extensive and wide-ranging events from the Big Bang and evolution, to historical events and future projections.
• Concise and fun facts with links to additional external resources.
• Includes Natural History, World History, U.S. History, Science & Technology, Art & Architecture, and Sports.
• Self-contained app with optional RSS updates to automatically receive new events.
• Events belong to categories that can be turned on or off to display a timeline with any number of category combinations.
• Simple yet powerful user interface that includes scrolling, zooming, indexes, and bookmarks.
• Optional Today in History to discover what happened on the same calendar day.
• The free version allows adding 3 trial events.
• The free version displays the entire timeline for 10 days, and from year 1950 to 2050 thereafter.
• Runs on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad iOS 4.2.'